manometric


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man·o·met·ric

(man'ō-met'rik), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation monometric.
Relating to a manometer.

manometric

adjective Referring to manometry, see there.

man·o·met·ric

(man'ō-met'rik)
Relating to a manometer.
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From works carried out in this domain, it has been noticed that the increase of the width of the impeller leads to an increase of the manometric height.
In our study, the lowest LES pressure was found in group 3 and the highest LES pressure was found in Group 2 in manometric analyses.
Second shortcoming may be that the pain relief should ideally be coupled with objective manometric findings before and after surgery.
Prospective clinical and manometric study comparing dilation and sublingual nifedipine in the treatment of esophageal achalasia.
Manometric studies confirmed high LES pressure (47.
Three studies found that PFMT improved symptom severity and manometric measures.
Arnold Kegel developed the first biofeedback device, the perineometer, which was a pressure manometric sensor inserted into the vagina.
Biochemical Oxygen Demand was determined by standard manometric method (WTW Lovibond BOD analyzer).
In order to compensate for the mismatch between the theoretical assumptions made by the Imbert-Fick principle and reality, GAT was calibrated by its inventors against directly measured manometric readings of the true IOP.
Episiotomy and perineal tears presumed to be imminent: The influence on the urethral pressure profile, anal manometric and other pelvic floor findings - follow-up study of a randomized controlled trial.